Has the rain a father
who brought forth drops of dew?
Job 38:28 CEB
We look into the world again with the eyes of the Creator. May wonder be born anew with this day. ~dan
The whirlwind continues. There is softness to the sound today. What do you hear?
Luminous web that holds everything in place
Barbara Brown Taylor
You are like an exquisite spider web
With transparent dewdrops of dawn.
You sparkle like crystal in our hearts
Joining one wet bead with another.
Every part of the gossamer netting
Connects with you through the web.
Even though we feel apart from you
Or disengaged from one another,
We are the jeweled dewdrops of beauty
Joined as one with you, Luminous Web.
Today: I am joined to all in the Luminous Web.
Joyce Rupp. Fragments of Your Ancient Name: 365 Glimpses of the Divine for Daily Meditation (Kindle Locations 850-853). Kindle Edition.
Son of the elements, Son of Vapours Son of Wind Son of Air.
Son of the elements, Son of Light Son of Heat Son of Fire.
Son of the elements, Son of Rain Son of Waves Son of Water.
Son of the elements, Son of Land Son of Soil Son of Earth.
Son of the elements, Son of Stars Son of Planets Son of Moon.
Son of the elements, Son of Creatures Son of Man Son of God.
David Adam. Border Lands: The Best of David Adam’s Celtic Vision (p. 49). Kindle Edition.
Athrist for God
As the deer longs for the water-brooks, *
so longs my soul for you, O God.
My soul is athirst for God, athirst for the living God; *
when shall I come to appear before the presence of God?
Psalm 42:1-2, BCP, p. 643
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